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Support tipped workers with new Brewnited beer!

Support tipped workers with new Brewnited beer!

Posted: 4/10/2020

You can help support tipped employees who are out of work simply by purchasing a beer!  A coalition of six local brewers known as Brewnited have created a beer called “Negative Input” that you can purchase at various locations in the area.  Their goal is “to take the negative input that we...

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Abide by the #ParksPledge to keep our trails open

Abide by the #ParksPledge to keep our trails open

Posted: 4/8/2020

Unfortunately two trails were closed this week due to overcrowding. An influx of people last weekend at one of the area’s most popular trails — The Pinnacle —  led to its temporary closure first. Later in the week the Lake George Land Conservancy closed the Schumann Preserve at Pilot Knob as of April...

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Support local businesses with Gift Card purchases

Support local businesses with Gift Card purchases

Posted: 4/8/2020

Unfortunately right now we can't head to the spa or take the kids to local attractions. But as we all work together to practice social distanceing and stop the spread of COVID-19, we can support local businesses by stocking up on gift cards to use after this is all over. Just imagine...

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Non-Profits are here to help (and need your help!)

Non-Profits are here to help (and need your help!)

Posted: 4/7/2020

It's even clearer now how truly essential our community non-profits are while New York is on pause as we work to stop the spread of COVID-19.  Local non-profits are working tirelessly to help the community — whether it's working to get food on the tables for families or a new Community...

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Meet at the Lake: Virtual Backgrounds for your Next Call

Meet at the Lake: Virtual Backgrounds for your Next Call

Posted: 4/3/2020

Show your love for the region with a custom background on your next video conferencing call! We’ve put together a library of beautiful images to liven up your virtual meetings. (Below is our Marketing Director Amanda aboard the Inn at Erlowest's Miss Erlowest boat in our last staff meeting.) Bonus: This way...

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Virtual Entertainment

Virtual Entertainment

Posted: 4/2/2020

You don't have to leave your home to have a great museum experience! Check out these creative ways local businesses and museums are offering  virtual entertainment for all ages! Adirondack Experience9097 State Route 30P.O. Box 99Blue Mountain Lake, NY 12812(518) 352-7311 Adirondack Experience, The Museum on Blue Mountain Lake has launched a...

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Shop local foods

Shop local foods

Posted: 4/2/2020

In addition to the chain grocery stores, many locally-owned stores are still open as essential services and selling some great food items to stock your pantry. Some are open and others allow you to browse their products online and call in an order for curbside pickup.  You can also purchase gift...

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New Social Media Campaign: What will you discover?

New Social Media Campaign: What will you discover?

Posted: 4/1/2020

Want to improve your mood, strengthen bones and muscles and improve your balance and coordination? That could be as simple as taking a walk. According to the Mayo Clinic those are just a few of the health benefits of regular brisk walking. They also list prevention — or management — of conditions...

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8 Steps to Take When Your Business Goes Virtual

8 Steps to Take When Your Business Goes Virtual

Posted: 3/31/2020

New York State is On Pause for at least the next two weeks, but that doesn’t mean your business should be stagnant. Thanks to technology, many businesses that are not deemed “essential” have been able to operate remotely. If your business must close, there are many ways you can communicate with...

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CVB March Meeting

CVB March Meeting

Posted: 3/30/2020

Today at 10am, the Lake George Convention and Visitors Bureau hosted their first monthly meeting via Zoom, the online video communications platform. The Lake George Convention and Visitors Bureau, along with the Chamber of Commerce, were happy to host this platform to be able to provide the local hospitality industry...

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